Deep Ellum is a district in downtown known for its bohemian style and great nightlife. ((courtesy, Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau))

Deep Ellum is the bohemian side of Dallas, a three-block stretch of downtown that is anything but the norm. It became an artists hangout in the 1950s and 1960s and today is Dallas's most active nightspot, with a thriving nightlife of clubs and bars, good restaurants, art galleries, and shopping. Deep Ellum boasts more than a dozen live music venues, including Adair's Saloon, which has a daily happy hour and nightly music shows; the Curtain Club, which hosts regional and national music acts; and Double Wide, with a trailer park motif and homemade drinks like the Yoo-Hoo Yee-Haw and the Boone's Farm Martini.

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